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   Day (Newspaper) - May 2, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY 1NJORNIXG if SIX MAY 2 PllifE i I rti will b tallt the UOKDEK A WO a Mus I FAIR LI V a other Entertainments lit future of 29 K ri autl of u ihc where places may b ERSAKY DINNER of thi he til tin FREEMASONS TA vu on May 4 the f in the ICEPR KM HI Viscuuiit Cieaiom of Philip 1iiMry U li ncir oric lis 1 P Hiilkclcy A s lisq j i t Hull Jiiit Five of the j uf 1 Ser OF JAM INDIA STOCK in tiie opinion of many rcsp have intt hirc tiis morning in liquify my intention of bccuui ii fvn tie Uasi Direction at an i of niany farunrahlc ti be now 1 am indicct iiii uppivartiiiig and earnest i of youivites and interest oil the y i i honour ith LJlis iriitic m obuli ut liiinhlr sen i JOHN r AND X I jicv u ied ill your Dicctiori n Mjshijs arfonls lilt the that i youi favour ami Allow fir enrouragr tiie honour of your f i of to i nv intention to i s 1 IL able to pay niy pciso I onrirosl ofwilutit SMWIOM to wait on a or as N i o Young Prrsmi has no oh i r i i v jr nf but would prefer iii of Adjirs be to N I I and of llotllccl lit fijr any 1 it to tlio shippers ni that put free t r inrlmlnie HOiKE TO CUE Criflitors haveproved their Debts ra aManeJ and issicii ATHAV Iov of the in Mrrrhaiits furl hir ividrni of iiithc ou n ly applying lit tle Office of N on Satur hctireon tlic hours HI Nine and betwrcn ilu sunn Three Miles thr Royal 1 a very irnl bren about hivholt ami wi li br of the ul i Oiatilv aftT Freuch BRIG f M IO iniiniins 7 anrt only two innnllis with her Cnisro r udaptcd for Carfo been i i to by bis ilir1 be at thoCortnt John and x ou application tJ Daniol 13 resides i Slxrn Milri friira Hyde rUlVATE PCPrtJS into i tle Asnf Txrclve will COKI in Hf Larli Child will have sepirete ritutiiKm will be given to ground theinv form iVicir cnsme their iheir happiness the Hrjna Kiffhty in cl I may Lc ia touu till 10 Miles from wit Sv Acres of for n Trrrn pF Fourteen 1 couipiliing tin huwcd library barren nud sittiuij 1 attii kit ii thr piiftcijial fioor arr fuur bcs anNrvcn Turrets j 1 lauuilijmaids ami fami rxrclieiit luifo gar of wall ami acrts pasture viliicli is to tVie Tickets to apply to BRITISH HOUSE OF MAY The Home having resolved itself into a Committee of the case of the Borthvick Peerage taken into consideration and referred for hearing on Friday The Irish Insolvent Debtors Bill was brought up from the with several Private and read a first The Local Militia Additional BUI was a third time and The LoKDCHASCKLixm brought in a Bill for allowing more time to the Commissioners to maka their reports of the Administration of Justice in winch was read a first Lord BUCKINGHAMSHIRE moved for Sir Hew Dairy in pies proclamation to the relative to tiie creation of the Regeucy atal also any information received by bis Majestvb iMinisters iVoni Rio or the Portuguese concerning tbe expediency of suOh a Its Lordship in possession ot private intbnncd that as inucli viibContent bad been experienced at Rio in consequence of the Reyrnq as had been ex pressed in The Earl of LIVERPOOL opposed the as iu the present aituutinn of wiien riations were pending the he did not think the production of such The Regency was the same which the Prince had left on his departure from Por witli the exception of the Members of who during thr occupation of their country the had accepted situations under the Government of This measure been on the recommendation of the Bisiiojj Junta of and the of No other could have been having by force of ireed the country from its op we iiaj exercised military command over which would have destroyed the confi dence of the natives ia and though lasting only till the Prince Regonts orders couid have beii have been a fruitful source oi contention and Lord SiDMotTH supported the He did not that ihe Bishop of Oporto had recom mended the formation of the same but of a Lord that in one of his ttie had mentioned the to that leit by the Prince in simply mentioned a as it fuir from this single especiully after he had become a member of the Regency formed by Sir Hew that he intend ed to objVt to its creation Ilia Lordship tliut it might have beea Letter to have revived the ancient Cortez of the election of members to be entrusted with the management of aflairs entirely at their His Lordahip thought it his duty to forward a State Loitery in the course of the present Ses sion of Parliament The CHANCELLOR of the that hf had not yit made up his mind upoa the and therefore coirld not give a positive IVuiTiiaEAO then Rafre in tlit oonrsc of uixt week he should subuiit to the House a Resolution relative to State founded on the Report eif the Commitiee last appoiuted to inquire into the Tiie of the EXCHEOUEH assured the Ciciitlcman that if a Lottery should be fonnd neces every precaution would be devised to lessen the evil I to be informed hy some of the Rijjht whether De Clmr ucsides the pay of Coininissiou iu the had not a Pension from the British Government ULSKISSON thai De ChaimiUy enjoyed his full pay as a Vml of besides was igjioraut thiit he hail any other provision from the British THE DCTCil inn that in attention of the House to i Iteport which had lately been 1 I t te the Lord SiDMotiTH Lord GEENVILLE would less than any one press for the production of papers that might check the course of pending negociations but those moved for were not of that nature they related to the past not to the Hia Lordship regretted that the Cortez had not beeu as they would have afforded a proper channel for tue patriotism of the country to flow of rushing forth into revolutionary in have been the He thought the motion entitled to the support of the Lord replied at some length and after mutual explanations between Lord Lori Lord Buck Earl of The LORD CHANCELLOR taat the 1uving uiaue his the orders of the House compelled him to lookupon this as His Lordship then put c negatived without a di House then HOUSE OF MAY Scotch Militia Amendment Bill was read a tiuu mid onicfid lo he rciila second iivy The liish Prhtors Bill was read a third unliTed to IhtLOUD AOVOCATK of pivc notice that ic wtiniil inure tomorrow fir leave to hriugiau Bill for hr tlifaniiUrs of in riura Jcotia Tradu Cil read a second and 1iilcred to hf committed TinI n AnvocATu of up the cpoil of the Hill the ttmendiucnls ere and Ihc Bill was ciikixd to be read a third imo The second Catholic Claims Bill was post to Sir Jon X IS tw TORT moved thnt tlirrr he laid the louse an of all sums of money puid freusury of Ireland on account of the Army of Reserve y thj Treasurers of also an account of the and ExciscOfiirvis of receiving fusions oa account of superannuation and of till pcn iiuru payable out of the establishment uf Ireland up to beast of HtSKiseox brought in a Bill fur regulating the duties oil Read a first aud ordered to he rend a second time ThcRtrporls of tUe Committees of Wnys and Means and Supply were brought up and agreed to The Uouse ixsolveil itself into a Committee on tbe hiid upon the he to observe that it was too much the practice the House to sulier such lleportb to laid upon their tulle ithiiut adopting auy proceedjirgs iu consequence of or taking any to prevent the future recurrence ot tiie abuses which thev dis Tiie Fourth Report of the Couimittee to inquire into the public expenditure disclosed mulversntions of sogross a that lie thought it impossible for the to pass them over without coming to some resolutions on the The facts were briefly its follows In a consistingof James Crau John Allan John and Alexander in stituted for the and il Dutch captured or letamed on nccusioji of the commencement of hostiiiiifb with in consequence of its inviviiou by the When tins Commission was set on settled rates of remuneration were fixed for tiie labours of the but they ha i thu iiiatter into their own aud with a provident eye to their own they had live jer on the gross amount of tle sales u property committed to their they were asked by at a period Government laboured under VLTV seiious if they could make any a Ivatioe to the public out of the balances tiey held iii their they answeredho et at that lime there was a very targe balance in which were convertinjf to their own private The after commentingat some length on the abuses dis closed in the it might seem something strange that John a the Society for the of siionld liave been concerned Jnj such trausiicuc It said that of tlie Commissioneiv had up lucrative professions to devote them The Riyiii Gentleman took a view of the nature of the coinmission under winch the Dutch aud that no degree of blame aitdcied to that a settled icmiiiitration naa not tixed tor ilrj at tirst As for the tirst Reaolutioa by the he itit no extraordinary interest in its because it attacked equally to Administrations as well as tinit iu he had a share but us be could perceive pood result from ttJ standing on tiie and the recomineiidaiicns of the Committee had already bew attended te Member would have objection to withdraw otherwise he should teel under the sitv of the previous question di The acc shosts aie tari iis selves fore they oughtto be hamkoiacly John BowLs uiigiit have in pro had he not ioatid Iilts tiie of an a in 1 1 en more exii an this was ui all his boasted zeal and HP co ctivecl in the prcsjnt that uncut mere cul for wnsii other was in iVoifi a hireling au thor like i hat of which he been guilty by held out a bouuty to i rj Member lie diifererl frcin tiie to the remuneration which he th ut ought to be uiven to the anJ was of opinion that their bnse of thr icir palpable malversation and gross a f their uciul for the censure After com at i on various parts of the evidoiice as given ih the Report oi the ae continued with miving si series of Resolutions to the following elKe That it nppears to this comaiit pe runiniy ut citmoraiuai to jny icixons witliart the mode or amcnit f their witiuii proviUiug my checks uii j fjix and without Miliihty riilijutt on Ifatm for any regular or is i ucglrct irLich may lead to Ihe most jnc is a deviation froni nc Iciiouledrcd Iruin the ordinary practice That it apprnvs ihe Fourth Report of inittcc aiouitd to into the of the supported the A good be wiis of ought done than agreed f by sa his pi that lie would his Go neial to prosecute the ior mulversution and fraud in the execution of ROSE said IIP was rctr to ahnit that there had not been tlLt stnel on tiie part of tne the Commissioners had winch lie of their cliurue i were y J but by the Fiivy and Ltiay ap their accounts were to be rendered to the lie never conceived tbnt thiy were to be allowed a poundage on the amount ot the property they were to dispose but oa the that ou the passing of their they Would receive a compensa tion as the nature of their occupation seemed to With respect to the literary pro ductions of John he had them cer tainly laid ou his but he would with great that he never read a snigla hue of their in of considerable length and yfent passed a high eu On Gentleman introduced the subject before the After a severe censure upon the system of profit upon by the he animadverted in the most pointed manner on the cViinructarid charac ter of John fife reminded him ot Philosopher Square iu Tom upon the rugbeing was exhibited in his true with all the outward show of probity ami could yet defraud Ins country of immense and in his anti jacobin inveigh in the most exalted strain agaiast corruption and Gentleman concluded by expressing a san guine hope die wouldin duce them to adopt some meassfurthe thorough investigation of the charts so justly and a punishment cue to hypocrisy aud fraud so The of the EXCHEQUER ex as did IJusicibSON diteiuled the conduct of the present if any blarrre was tube il wits due to his and not to nmsftlf or his Heaverred tiiut the establiihinent in the public of iute yeavs was byno intsns commensurate with the vast increase of how could be attached to iiiajcslys Minis as they felt reluctant to add new ex pence to the pnbiic iJNsoBY spoke some length m favour of all tiie as did Peter Henry Lord Henry Titr and the Solicitor General for btxreiary and Ste decidertly opposed the two first upon the groiuid vf their tendency to inculpat in the transactions of the Couirnis did not object to those Resolutions which were declaratory of the of the House npou the improper conduct of the prumpted you to Accept my Miry wit be repeated postcritv nuJ Stlf not was our But liij will uot aliow the Soi tin strung il to possess auiin to OMivose Vis He hostik tJAiv prostrate cruolf dhjimeJ Pt i ful wo now iujj urrayeil for 1 Uic valuor of my iu the 1 ot my lo leads fVwm to suil hi jiy lions for tii aisifal Kit they must orrfpr to at the irritant end of What you Uaro done is tlienost unqncstli able of the powerful nssiKtaiice wbiih I iin to r fruin uho arms will in pvottdion of tlifir anil ke real atrengtli of You bare erinctd and tu tlis alone IK it that we a of Fjccesf tlran ivc r Furtis itir miy voar all enhances y all loSf Cur is ju irpcii I mi I Ciunti Depend yc on the tujc oi wiio tiuiis all his in ivrurj m Kot sheu3 P i severity valuer mul su ucv to April Tho Arc II to Opinion rtis Mcjtsty ib m S issued the follovr Anjfiiu is Jorcei1 to nke tl LUW oj a SluLe ii o a of nor stoop i ins views slrjli rcuounci r i and sunen n the armies of the oi tt at Atirtrla The forces of Austria B anV sclliKtscivutioir at j i am in them Oil the to at Uck lie baa pared ugaiast o I u fioatievs us riot inies of Gcrmaay not to iVstiuy anJ injpost forisn 3ut to appropViate to tle ci yr tosacufice her children ia oa to lt to Jestioy and foreign assert the imieircncience of to restore fo Germany the iudcpi uutucc lio wliich aie The now tlircafn altcady proved fatal to Our is her to be Our cause is that I Ritcd wrth Germany was independent aud it is only through the assistance uf A iistria1 that Giriuauy can receive happiness Gennaus Consider your Accsspt tiie aid we aud cooperate with us for yonr rieinaiul from you such as licwar for our couuuou cause Yuur property uiu vonr do mslic peace are secured by the discipline of uur TLc Austrian not nor roh you tlitr respect you to jointly for your caiisc and for Be worthy of our sncu Germans only as forget thtniseiveK zee iepeutt ui 1 hnvLmere than Once and rciitt to save you ou of my liuipcroiaiju vbich has never been vio Uted DUTCH AND GERMAN RECEIVED LAiT APRIL This afternoon at his Majesty the peror Napoleon passed through this His Iilajesty took the to and not that to He will reach and pass this uight aud afterwards pro eeed to f APRIL This day we understand that Baron Von Tiie gallery btiny cleared of we uu a division took upon Perce nils for putting the previous ques and the numbers were For 77 1 Durincr our exclusion another division occur orn riih Militia Amriitlmeut Dill auit tlt Report was ii JrCd Co be iuto ronsiclcraliim on this day fot ulf CANXINO presinted a copy of i Letter jtm Sir olin to ilatcd to be TufRVKV wuned to know vlicthcr thefijght would hare any objection to lay ttie of the Remonstwiice sentpy Sir John Moore to the bis calling u eoafrJ il sf for tLc purptiMeof Cbar as in he ibould move for a copy of tbat apcr he did not know wuetltfr there as any jjapcr iu Uis ofiice of ihe drscription alluded to y the Right and taesefore be could cot ire a precise on tht Lord TEMPLE postponed his Motion relative to tbe rjire cf Tvhich stood for to tomorrow the Motion of lie Prize GooOs Sale nss road a first and ordered to be rearf second time wubed to kztotv Cnanccllpr puUlic theCommissioners for the anil disposal of Dnteh have been of gross aliusui iu tlierxeciilion of That tiie Conniussionrib be fortbtutb directed o tonse tbfir utmost dilijreoce to make up anu transmit on an amendinent proposed hy Mr tbeir totle Lords of his Privy Counj for substituting the word 111 witli a tbeir bcins subimimi to the rioird of steul of in the third them rrffcrred to Ihe j The tirst Resolution being read from the THORNTON entered into some explana tion of the views upon which the of which he was had framed its He hud no objection to the first Resolution pro posed because that was nearly in the words of the Report to which be had already agreed but he thought the step for the Member to have adopted would have been to inquire what course Go vernment hud taken in consequence of the sug uestion ef tbe If Government hrd doe itiuight then well for the Gentleman to press Ins if it turned out the recommendations of tiie Committee had been attended then he did of tke dei of the Report by as P8 78 We were unable to with whether or not the questions on the other Reso lutions were put the general however oils we rc uu L j t b that Ord withdrew at the sug gestion of some of his The other Oolers of the Day were then dis posed at HALF PAST STATE FilAXCIs 7 hy the Grace of tmperor of PrortE OF I leave my capital to the brave defenders the assembled on the rs for the protection of tne utmost Uiey order to tbeir subrmtteu to i For these ibiri years past I hjivc exertion procove my tbe Idess1 ings uf a permanent Tip any ways istent witll your welfare aniT witn the iinlcpeuience of hawe I spared to yopr f welfare by a friendly understanding witb ipwor of the But niv emienours proved Tba Aus of the Public and tlc trian monarchy lvtts uiJ to submit bbuncflessainbi tioa tht Emperor iSapoleon and ra tbe manner insults tbe sacred Heail of the ninwclfthe of r Austria was to i to the the formation of which he aud reuder an accovlnt of the interest tbey balances of iuoiKy in their is tbe rccomniewJation of bpoa tf Trcasuryhad io has loudly i have ndiwted all necessary measures to assert the independence ot tne Nwt only ye have tinswered my call but your love for your native country flas the Charge des at dtlivered a note to the Court m Aus tria on the 5th the substance of whicli that the Court of Russia could net enter into any negotiations for a peace with England while the present administration remained the head of alrairs in This Note was occasioned by an article which appeared some time since in the Vienna Court which it was insinuated that new negotiations had commenced in between the Court of Petersburg and that of Great Jt is also that the Russian Envoy in this city lias transmitted an official communication to our Court to the same The Austrian Envoy Count Von is preparing for his Tbe army under the Prince of Ponte Corvo is going to these have the greatest confidence in their and are ani mated by the best APRIL The Marshal Duke of Auerstadt has isstied the follow ing order of the day TO THE ARMY OF THE April SouniFRS His Majesty the Jlmperor of Austria commenced hostilities on the sth This was an nouncedby his Generals ip Chief on the They have tnken up Tlie orders of the day delivered to Austrian armies are merely tie effusions of en ThisisTiot tiie way to attack the soldiers of h Em peror They threaten to overwhelm us with de eat disgrace npon of Vim an conduct will shew right they hive to makeup of these our beloved whenhe was First offered tbe Emperor of Aostria rerssed it eompelled him to accept of The isb brote the treaty ot Ottr ScrereigT had ollected his armies on the French the Em ieror of Anstria availed hims of that and prcrlons of rioTated the our and threatened erars tHm compelled ke enemy of our Sovereign again to 4a tie   

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